SCCM – The latest release – 2403 – of SCCM is available

The latest version of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is starting to be made available.

As usual, the availability of this upgrade will be gradual but if you want to force the detection and install it you can use the usual Early update ring script available here

Few things to be aware about this upgrade:

  • You need to already have have the SCCM 2211 (or later) version deployed
  • While you should already have upgraded your Cloud Management Gateway (CMG) to Azure ARM deployment, if you are still running a CMG v1 (aka Azure classic deployment) you will not be able to install this upgrade
  • HTTP-only communication is now deprecated and replaced by Enhanced HTTP (EHTTP) – you can learn more about EHTTP here Enhanced HTTP – Configuration Manager | Microsoft Learn


  • Windows Server 2012/2012 R2 servers are now unsupported for SCCM role (which is already the case from an OS perspective)
  • If you have any resource access profiles and deployment, installation of this version will be blocked; you should either delete these or move to co-management

Now, what about some new capabilities:

  • You can now use the Operating System Deployment (OSD) to deploy Windows 11 ARM devices, including boot image
  • It is becoming easier to manage scripts in SCCM thanks to the addition of folder support; you can create folders to save your scripts


  • A new Software Update dashboard has been introduced to help you understand and troubleshoot software update issues

If you want to know more about this new version, you can read the details here What’s new in version 2403 – Configuration Manager | Microsoft Learn

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